The annual North Bend Downtown Block Party is held in July. Stop by this summer festival to experience music, vendor booths, and an assortment of other fun activities! The party will be located in North Bend. For more information, please go to the North Bend website.
Join us for the annual Fourth of July fireworks show at the community park next to the YMCA in Snoqualmie! In previous years the Snoqualmie community could purchase personal aerial fireworks and light them within city limits, however, this changed when a law was passed banning aerial fireworks within city limits.
Due to this new law being passed, Serve Snoqualmie and partnering businesses have worked together to raise funds to provide a professional, fun, safe, and family-friendly fourth of July fireworks show. For more information about the event, please visit their website.
Si View Park is the host site of the annual Festival at Mount Si, which is organized by the North Bend Educational and Cultural Association (NBECA), a non-profit 501c(3) organization. The Festival honors the community spirit of North Bend as it preserves the past, celebrates the present, and embraces our future.
It takes countless hours of volunteer efforts and funding to put on a festival like this here at Si View Park. Please consider supporting the festival; financial contributions of any amount are welcome as are donations for the Silent Auction. Volunteer opportunities of all shapes and sizes are also available. For more information about volunteer opportunities, please visit The Festival at Mount Si website.
Railroad Days is the annual community festival celebrating our spirit and origins as a railroad and logging town, and the home of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe. The event is held in Historic Snoqualmie, in and around the Northwest Railway Museum. Volunteer firemen and their wives organized the first festival in 1938, and the popular event is still going strong. Last year about 10,000 visitors attended the festival.
Snoqualmie Railroad Days is your community festival – one stop for family fun. You won’t want to miss it! Visit the Railroad Days website for more information.
Rain or shine, lots of events are planned in the Lower Valley community party, which takes place in downtown Fall City. Highlights of the event are the Fall City Day Fun Run, main parade, kids parade, the Masonic Lodge's pancake breakfast, carnival games and dunk tanks, pony rides, live music, street performers, Duck Derby Race, and watermelon eating contest!
Fall City Day is organized by the Fall City Community Association. For more information, visit their website.